CricketWTC final :”India will 100 percent win the match” says veteran bowler Shami
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India will enter the Oval stadium today with the intention of chasing the huge target of 444 runs to win the World Test Championship final against Australia. On the fourth day, India’s second innings had a good start as the skipper Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill began the chase with an ideal run rate, but the partnership they were building was soon broken by Boland as Gill played a back shot and the ball was caught by the gully fielder Cameron Green. The dismissal created a huge controversy over the catch, and the officials got a lot of backlash from cricket fans, which included some ex-cricketers too.



Shami shows belief in the Team


After the first dismissal, India lost two more wickets, but the veteran fast bowler Mohammad Shami believes that they will definitely win the WTC final today. Shami believes that the Indian team is ready to contravene  the record books.
After the play for the fourth day was over, a post-match conference was held, and Shami told the media that “India will 100 percent win the match tomorrow, we always fight till the end and do well all around the world, so we are confident and we all will come together to win the final. 


Team has many successful memories


Shami’s confidence matches the spirit expressed by Shardul Thakur after the third day, when he said that the team feels that they are capable of chasing 450 or more. The team’s confidence also comes from successful memories, which include the 2021 Border Gavaskar series, where India showed exceptional batting and pulled off a notable win.


Kohli and Rahane standing as a wall


Currently, it is Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane who hold India’s hope for the title. The former is on 44 runs off 60 balls, and the fans will expect extraordinary batting from both veteran batsmen. On the third day, when India’s top order fell apart, it was Rahane who gave a comeback to the team with his innings of 89 runs, along with Shardul Thakur, who scored a half century as well.
Now Team India needs him and Kohli again to create a miracle at the Oval Stadium. Shami also feels that if the batters bat well, 280 runs is not a tough score to reach, he even said that if there comes a chance that India will need the lower batting order, he will always be ready, especially in England.